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Expedition Two Flight Engineer Voss prepares some mounted camera equipment for use in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS.
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Front view of the Human Research Facility HRF rack in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS. Some of the experiments visible in the rack include: Gas Analyzer System for Metabolic Analysis Physiology GASMAP, and the HRF Ultrasound along with the HRF rack workstation and assorted storage drawers.
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View of Expedite the Processing of Experiments to the Space Station EXPRESS Rack 4 in the Destiny U.S. Laboratory taken during Expedition Four. EXPRESS Rack 4 houses components for the Cellular Biotechnology Operations Support System CBOSS experiment. Visible are syringes used to inject media into the tissue culture modules, the Biotechnology Specimen Temperature Controller BSTC, Biotechnology Refrigerator BTR and Gas Supply Module GSM. Also visible are components for the Advanced Astroculture...
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View looking across the aft section of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory towards the hatch to Unity Node 1. Visible in the frame are nadir floor racks LAB1D4, LAB1D5, and LAB1D6. Port and starboard Robotic Workstations RWS also visible. Digital photo was taken during Expedition Four as part of the Surround Imagery for Station SIS experiment.
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View of the Human Research Facility HRF workstation in the HRF rack located in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS.
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The Mobile Base System MBS is suspended above the Mobile Transporter on the S0 S-zero Truss by the Canadarm2 Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS. Also visible in the upper view is a section of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory. The MBS was installed on the Mobile Transporter during mission STS-111 UF-2.
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Forward view of Destiny U.S. Laboratory cradle assembly taken during flyaround operations conducted by the STS-113 crew following undocking.
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Mission Specialist MS Scott E. Parazynski works on the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during the second Extravehicular Activity EVA of the STS-100 mission. Also visible is the Spacelab Pallet SLP which is being grappled by the newly installed Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2.
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View of the aft hatch leading to the Node 1/Unity module as seen from inside the Destiny U.S. Laboratory. Photo was taken by the STS-114 crew.
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Aft end view of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory looking towards the hatch to Unity Node 1. Starboard STBD, port, and overhead racks are visible. Photo was taken during Expedition Four as part of the Surround Imagery for Station SIS experiment.
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Earth's limb at sunset as photographed by one of the Expedition Two crew members with a digital still camera aimed through the nadir window of the U.S. laboratory Destiny. Beneath the limb, a large mass of clouds fills the window.
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Earth's limb at sunset as photographed by one of the Expedition Two crew members with a digital still camera aimed through the nadir window of the U.S. laboratory Destiny. Beneath the limb, a large mass of clouds fills the window.
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View of the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny panel LAB1/C2-02 taken during the STS-100 mission.
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View of the External Stowage Platform ESP 2 mounted in the corner formed by the intersection of the US Quest Airlock and the US Destiny Laboratory as seen by the STS-114 crew.
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Front view of the Express #1 rack in the Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS. Visible in the rack are the Advanced Astroculture Support System ADVASC-SS, the Microgravity Acceleration Measurement System and Commercial Protein Crystal Growth - High Density Protein Crystal Growth CPCG-H.
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Front view of the Human Research Facility HRF rack in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS. Some of the experiments visible in the rack include: Gas Analyzer System for Metabolic Analysis Physiology GASMAP, and the HRF Ultrasound along with the HRF rack workstation and assorted storage drawers.
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View of the HRF Power Converter Assembly, the Bonner Ball Neutron Detector BBND - right side - and the Phantom Torso experiment hardware installed in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS.
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View looking across the aft section of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory towards the hatch to Unity Node 1. Visible in the frame are nadir floor racks LAB1D4, LAB1D5, and LAB1D6. Port and starboard Robotic Workstations RWS also visible. Digital photo was taken during Expedition Four as part of the Surround Imagery for Station SIS experiment.
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Front view of the Human Research Facility HRF rack in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS. Some of the experiments visible in the rack include: Gas Analyzer System for Metabolic Analysis Physiology GASMAP, and the HRF Ultrasound along with the HRF rack workstation and assorted storage drawers.
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The Mobile Base System MBS is suspended above the Mobile Transporter on the S0 S-zero Truss by the Canadarm2 Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS. Also visible in the upper view is a section of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory. The MBS was installed on the Mobile Transporter during mission STS-111 UF-2.
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Aft end view of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory looking towards the hatch to Unity Node 1. Starboard STBD, port, and overhead racks are visible. Photo was taken during Expedition Four as part of the Surround Imagery for Station SIS experiment.
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The Mobile Base System MBS is suspended above the Mobile Transporter on the S0 S-zero Truss by the Canadarm2 Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS. Also visible in the upper view is a section of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory. The MBS was installed on the Mobile Transporter during mission STS-111 UF-2.
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Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, studies the Earth from the very advantageous perspective of the nadir window in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS. Voss is wearing a Chibis; or penguin suit which is designed to help keep blood from pooling in the upper extremities during long duration exposure to weightlessness.
Topics: What -- Earth, What -- Destiny
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STS-120 Commander Pam Melroy floats beside the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS controls in the Destiny laboratory module.
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View of Expedition Two Flight Engineer Susan Helms in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS. She is surrounded by stowage bags.
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Overhead view of Expedition Four Flight Engineer Daniel Bursch, positioned at the nadir window of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory, as he prepares to take earth observation photos.
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View of Steve Swanson,in the red striped EMU,on the S1 Truss as he works to translate and ingress the joint airlock during STS-11919 EVA 1.
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Astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, and cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, mission commander, discuss a checklist in the Destiny/U.S. Laboratory. Usachev is with Rosaviakosmos.
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STS-105 Mission Specialist MS Patrick G. Forrester top, MS Daniel T. Barry left, Commander Scott J. Horowitz bottom and Pilot Frederick W. Rick Sturckow right pose in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. The STS-105 crew brought the Expedition Three crewmembers to the International Space Station ISS to relieve Expedition Two.
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Expedition One Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev prepares to change out an IMAX film canister while floating in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS Alpha.
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STS-105 Mission Specialist MS Daniel T. Barry left and Commander Scott J. Horowitz pose in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. The STS-105 crew brought the Expedition Three crewmembers to the International Space Station ISS to relieve Expedition Two.
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View of Lee Archambault seated on the flight deck FD with the crew timeline floating in front of him during STS-11919 / Expedition 18 joint docked OPS.
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STS-120 Mission Specialist Paolo Nespoli, representing the European Space Agency ESA, flys into the Destiny laboratory module. A cap floats in front of him.
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View looking through the interior of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory towards the hatchway to Unity Node 1. Visible in the Node is Expedition Four Flight Commander Yuri Onufrienko. Onufrienko is a representative of Rosaviakosmos. Image was taken with a digital still camera.
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Expedition Four Flight Engineer Daniel Bursch, in front of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory hatch, attempts to keep a variety of stowage bags in his grasp. Other stowage bags float around him.
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Expedition Four Flight Engineer Carl Walz works the controls of the Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station ISS.
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View looking through the interior of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory towards the hatchway to Unity Node 1. The Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS controls are visible on the left. Smiling from Node is Expedition Four Flight Commander Yuri Onufrienko. Onufrienko is a representative of Rosaviakosmos.
Topics: Who -- Yuri Onufrienko, What -- Destiny
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View of Tony Antonelli in the crew transfer tunnel during STS-11919.
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Expedition Four Flight Engineer Daniel Bursch works the controls of the Canadarm2, or Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station ISS.
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Overhead view of Expedition Four Flight Engineer Carl Walz, positioned at the nadir window of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory, as he takes earth observation photos.
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Expedition One Flight Engineer Sergei Krikalev prepares to change out an IMAX film canister while floating in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS Alpha.
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Expedition Two Flight engineer Susan Helms is photographed floating in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS. Stowage bags and other hardware are visible in the background, tied together with bungee cord.
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Expedition Two commander Yury Usachev is photographed holding a water transfer container while in the Destiny Laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS Alpha. The HRF rack with HRF Ultrasound and HRF Gasmap panels visible is on the right of the frame.
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View of an EVA crewmember as they work to install GPS antenna B on the Japanese Experiment Logistics Module-Pressurized Section JLP during STS-11919 EVA 2.
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Overhead view of Expedition Four Flight Engineer Daniel Bursch, positioned at the nadir window of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory, as he takes earth observation photos.
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Close-up view of Mission specialist Wendy Lawrence's feet in restraints while she works in the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS controls in the Destiny laboratory of the International Space Station The Image was taken during the stowing of the Raffaello Multi-purpose Logistics Module MPLM.
Topics: Who -- Wendy Lawrence, What -- Destiny
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View of Richard Arnold top and Joseph Acaba on Discovery's middeck MDDKduring STS-11919.
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Mission Specialist MS Rex J. Walheim looks out the nadir window of the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during STS-110's visit to the International Space Station ISS.
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The Expedition Two crewmembers assemble for a group photo in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. The Expedition Two crewmembers are: Flight Engineer Susan J. Helms, Mission Commander Yury V. Usachev, and Flight Engineer James S. Voss. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos. The STS-105 crew brought the Expedition Three crewmembers to the International Space Station ISS to relieve Expedition Two.
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View of Steve Swanson, in the solid red striped EMU, as he translates to setup an articulating portable foot restraint APFR and prepare the worksite at the P1 Truss during STS-11919 EVA 2.
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View of Steve Swanson, in the solid red striped EMU, as he translates to setup an articulating portable foot restraint APFR and prepare the worksite at the P1 Truss during STS-11919 EVA 2.
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Expedition Two Flight engineer Jim Voss works with the Bonner Ball Neutron Detector Control Unit left attached to an HRF Power Converter in a rack in the Destiny Laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS Alpha.
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Astronaut Susan J. Helms left, Expedition Two flight engineer, pauses from her work to pose for a photograph while Expedition Two mission commander, cosmonaut Yury V. Usachev, speaks into a microphone aboard the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS.
Topics: Who -- Susan J. Helms, What -- Destiny
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View of Richard Arnold top and Joseph Acaba on Discovery's middeck MDDKduring STS-11919.
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View of the Columbus Laboratory and the length of the starboard STBD truss from S0 to S6 during Expedition 18 / STS-11919 Joint Docked OPS.
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View of the Microgravity Science Glovebox MSG installed in the International Space Station ISS Destiny U.S. Laboratory during mission STS-111 UF-2 / Expedition Four.
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View taken from a portal window on the Zvezda Service Module SM looking across the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS Canadarm II at shuttle Endeavour as she backs away from the ISS following undocking from Pressurized Mating Adapter PMA 2 attached to the Destiny U.S. Laboratory. The Raffaello Multipurpose Logistics Module MPLM is visible in Endeavour's cargo bay. Also visible in the view is PMA 3. Photo was taken by an Expedition Four camera at the conclusion of the Expedition Three...
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Astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, totes computer hardware in the Destiny laboratory module of the International Space Station ISS Alpha.
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The Phantom Torso, seen here in the Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station ISS, is designed to measure the effects of radiation on organs inside the body by using a torso that is similar to those used to train radiologists on Earth. The torso is equivalent in height and weight to an average adult male. It contains radiation detectors that will measure, in real-time, how much radiation the brain, thyroid, stomach, colon, and heart and lung area receive on a daily basis.
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Astronaut James S. Voss, Expedition Two flight engineer, jokingly wraps a large hose around his body prior to installing it in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS.
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Astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, works at a laptop computer in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS. The Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS control panel is visible to Helms' right.
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The Expedition Two crewmembers assemble for a group photo in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. The Expedition Two crewmembers are: Flight Engineer Susan J. Helms, Mission Commander Yury V. Usachev, and Flight Engineer James S. Voss. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos. The STS-105 crew brought the Expedition Three crewmembers to the International Space Station ISS to relieve Expedition Two.
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View of the forward docking target on Pressurized Mating Adapter PMA 2 attached to the International Space Station ISS Destiny U.S. Laboratory. Also visible in the frame is the Canadarm2 RMS. Image was taken by an STS-111 UF-2 crewmember during approach for docking. Docking occurred on 6/7/02.
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View of the Starboard One S1 Truss as it is moved from the Space Shuttle Atlantis cargo bay using the Canadarm2 from inside Destiny laboratory on the International Space Station ISS to lift the S1 Truss out of the orbiter's payload bay and move it into position at the starboard end of the S0 S-Zero Truss.
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Astronaut Doug Wheelock, STS-120 mission specialist, participates in the third scheduled session of extravehicular activity EVA as construction continues on the International Space Station. He is photographed holding a hand rail on the exterior of the Destiny laboratory module.
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View of the Columbus Laboratory and the length of the starboard STBD truss from S0 to S6 during Expedition 18 / STS-11919 Joint Docked OPS.
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Closeup view of the S0 Truss, US Laboratory Destiny and Node 2 Harmony during a flyaround of the International Space Station ISS taken by an STS-119 crewmember after the undocking of the orbiter Discovery.
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STS-120 Commander Pam Melroy and Mission specialist / Expedition 15 Flight Engineer Daniel Tani fly into the Destiny laboratory module.
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An aft - nadir view of the International Space Station ISS taken during the undocking and final flyaround of the STS-110 mission. Visible are the Quest / Airlock, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, P6 Truss, S0 Truss, Functional Cargo Block FGB / Zarya, Service Module SM / Zvezda, Progress vehicle, Soyuz Vehicle, Pirs Docking Compartment, Node 1 / Unity and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2.
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-110, What -- Destiny
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The Destiny laboratory module's window with protective thermal cover open is reflected in the face plate of STS-100 mission specialist Scott Parazynski during the first of two Extravehicular Activities EVAs performed during the mission. Parazynski's partner during the EVA - mission specialist Chris Hadfield - can be seen in the reflection on the orbiters Remote Manipulator System RMS Arm. The photo was taken by one of the Expedition Two crew from the Destiny's window.
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Expedition Two Flight Engineer Susan J. Helms right jokingly clings to a handrail in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny as Mission Commander Yury V. Usachev pretends to take her away during the Expedition Two egress from the International Space Station ISS. Usachev represents Rosaviakosmos.
Topics: Who -- Yury Usachev, Who -- Susan Helms, What -- Destiny
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Expedition Four Flight Engineer Daniel W. Bursch looks out the nadir window of the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during STS-110's visit to the International Space Station ISS.
Topics: Who -- Daniel Bursch, What -- Destiny, What -- STS-110
Nadar view of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory Module as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS. Image taken from during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
Expedition Four Flight Engineer Carl E. Walz sets up a video camera in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during STS-108's visit to the International Space Station ISS.
Topics: Who -- Carl Walz, What -- Destiny, What -- STS-108
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Pilot Stephen N. Frick poses by the Biomass Production System BPS in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during the visit of STS-110 to the International Space Station ISS.
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Pilot Stephen N. Frick poses by Express Rack #4 which contains the Biotechnology Specimen Temperature Controller BSTC and the Commercial Protein Crystal Growth - High Density CPCG-H experiment in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny during STS-110's visit to the International Space Station ISS.
Topics: Who -- Stephen Frick, What -- Destiny, What -- STS-110
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An aft view of the International Space Station ISS taken during the undocking and final flyaround of the STS-110 mission. Visible are the Quest / Airlock, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, S0 Truss, Functional Cargo Block FGB / Zarya, Service Module SM / Zvezda, Progress vehicle, Soyuz Vehicle, Pirs Docking Compartment, Node 1 / Unity and the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2.
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-110, What -- Destiny
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STS-111 UF-2 Mission Specialist MS Philippe Perrin floats near the Microgravity Science Glovebox MSG in the Destiny U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. Perrin represent CNES, the French Space Agency.
Topics: Who -- Philippe Perrin, What -- STS-111, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-114 LF1. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2, Airlock / Quest,S0 S-Zero, S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA, Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna, and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA, and the P1 port one Truss attached to the Integrated...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-114, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-114 LF1. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2, Airlock / Quest, S0 S-Zero,S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA, Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna, and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA, and the P1 port one Truss attached to the Integrated...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-114, What -- Destiny
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View of the Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA 2 on the forward end of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory module as the Orbiter Discovery moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS during STS-121. The docking target is visible in the view.
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The Destiny U.S. Laboratory as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS during STS-121.
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The forward end of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory and the Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA 2 as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS during STS-121.
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With the aid of artificial lighting, astronaut Piers J. Sellers uses both a handrail 0273 on the Destiny Laboratory and a foot restraint on the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS or Canadarm2 to remain stationary while connecting cables to attach the External TV Camera ETVC group mount at the end of the STS-112 mission's second spacewalk. He is working in the vicinity of location code LAB1/C2-05.
Topics: Who -- Piers J. Sellers, What -- Destiny, What -- TV Camera
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Soyuz 4 taxi-3 flight visiting crewmember VC Flight Engineer FE Roberto Vittori flies through the Destiny U.S. Laboratory during his stay onboard the International Space Station ISS.
Topics: Who -- Roberto Vittori, What -- Soyuz 4, What -- Destiny
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A forward zenith view of the International Space Station ISS taken during the undocking and final flyaround of the STS-112 9A mission. Visible are the Quest / Airlock, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, S0 and S1 Trusses, Node 1 / Unity, P6 Truss, Z1 Truss, Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2 .
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-112, What -- Destiny
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The Expedition Three white shirts, STS-105 striped shirts, and Expedition Two red shirts crews assemble for a group photo in the Destiny / U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. Clockwise from the top are: Pilot Frederick W. Rick Sturckow, Mission Specialist MS Patrick G. Forrester, Mission Commander Yury V. Usachev, Flight Engineer James S. Voss, Flight Engineer Susan J. Helms, Commander Scott J. Horowitz, MS Daniel T. Barry, Flight Engineer Mikhail Tyurin, Flight Engineer...
Topics: Who -- Mikhail Tyurin, What -- STS-105, What -- Destiny
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Mission Specialist MS Rex J. Walheim pauses from his work on the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny to wave to his fellow crewmembers during the third Extravehicular Activity EVA of the STS-110 mission.
Topics: Who -- Rex J. Walheim, What -- REX, What -- Destiny
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Expedition Five Flight Engineer Peggy Whitson smiles from the confines of her Temporary Sleep Station TeSS in the Destiny U.S. Laboratory on the International Space Station ISS. This image was a Crew Pick for their Postflight Presentation.
Topics: Who -- Peggy Whitson, What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS
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Flyaround view of the International Space Station ISS taken by an STS-119 crewmember after the undocking of the orbiter Discovery. US Laboratory Destiny, Node 2 Harmony, and JEM Pressurized Module JPM.
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-119, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-113 11A. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2, Airlock / Quest, S0 S-Zero, S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA, Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna, and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA. Endeavour undocks with the International Space...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-113, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-114 LF1. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2, U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2, Airlock / Quest,S0 S-Zero, S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA,Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna, and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA,and the P1 port one Truss attached to the Integrated...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-114, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-114 LF1. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2 ,U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2,Airlock / Quest,S0 S-Zero,S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA, Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna, and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA, and the P1 port one Truss attached to the Integrated...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-114, What -- Destiny
Integrated Truss Segment ITS S1, the Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS and the Destiny U.S. Laboratory module as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
Nadar view of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory and Node 1 as Discovery approaches the International Space Station ISS for docking. Image taken from the orbiter during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
Nadar view of the Destiny U.S. Laboratory and Node 1 as Discovery approaches the International Space Station ISS for docking. Image taken from the orbiter during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
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Nadar view of the Intergrated Truss Segment ITS S1 and Destiny U.S. Laboratory Module as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS. Image taken from during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
The Destiny U.S. Laboratory and the Integrated Truss Segment ITS P1 as viewed from the Orbiter Discovery as it moves in to dock with the International Space Station ISS during STS-121.
Topics: What -- Destiny, What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-121
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Astronaut Susan J. Helms, Expedition Two flight engineer, admires the Earth from the nadir window in the U.S. Laboratory / Destiny module of the International Space Station ISS. Helms is wearing a Chibis or penguin suit which is designed to help keep blood from pooling in the upper extremities during long duration exposure to weightlessness.
Topics: Who -- Susan J. Helms, What -- Earth, What -- Destiny
Overall Forward side view of the International Space Station ISS during Undocking and Flyaround maneuvers for STS-114 LF1. Visible are Pressurized Mating Adapter 2 PMA2 , U.S. Laboratory / Destiny, Space Station Remote Manipulator System SSRMS / Canadarm2, Airlock / Quest,S0 S-Zero,S1 S-One, P1 P-One and P6 P-six Trusses, P6 / Photovoltaic Solar Arrays SA, Aft EETCS, S-Gant Antenna,and Soyuz TMA-1 Spacecraft with sunglint visible off the SA,and the P1 port one Truss attached to the Integrated...
Topics: What -- International Space Station ISS, What -- STS-114, What -- Destiny